Local News – 610 CKTB All Local News It's the last day of school for most students in Niagara It's the last day of school for most children in Niagara. Thorold hosting Canada Day celebrations and Rock N' Blues at the Battlefield this weekend Thorold is getting ready for Canada Day and Rock ‘N Blues on the Battlefield celebrations this weekend. Safety Council suggests putting something in the backseat with your child to prevent tragic deaths The Canada Safety Council says about three children die in the country each year after being left in hot cars. Biden health secretary pledges medication abortion access President Joe Biden's top health official said Tuesday that ``every option is on the table'' when it comes to helping women access abortion in the wake of the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade. York Region police looking for suspect after 91-yeaar-old woman allegedly sexually assaulted Police are looking for a suspect after a 91-year-old woman was allegedly sexually assaulted while walking on a path in Vaughan, Ont., last month. Canada Day celebrations return to Charles Daley Park on Friday Canada Day celebrations return to Charles Daley Park in Niagara this year. Food truck and vending cart owners can apply to operate at St. Catharines parks and facilities Food truck, and vending cart operators can now apply to operate at St. Catharines' parks and facilities. 38-year-old St. Catharines woman accused of sex trafficking a teen girl A St. Catharines woman has been arrested for allegedly trafficking a teen girl. Prime Minister Trudeau pledges more aid and loans to Ukraine at G7 summit Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced more money for Ukraine _ including a $200-million loan through the International Monetary Fund _ at the end of the Group of Seven leaders' summit in Germany. Major sponsor of Hockey Canada pauses it's sponsorship Scotiabank says it's pausing its sponsorship of Hockey Canada until it's confident the right steps are taken to improve the sport's culture. Canadians feeling conflicted about the flag this Canada Day A Brock University professor says there many people feeling conflicted about the flag as we get closer to Canada Day. Ontario NDP to name interim leader, set leadership contest rules Ontario's NDP is set to name an interim leader later today to replace Andrea Horwath and the party is expected to select a longtime Toronto caucus member. St. Catharines leads way with living wage pledge The city pledging to ensure that city employees are paid the regions living wage which is currently $18.90 an hour. Niagara Parks set to open new attraction at power station The Niagara Parks Commission will officially open the tunnel experience at the Niagara Parks Power Station. Poll says Canadians think we should get rid of oath to Queen Most people in Canada do not think people should have to swear an Oath of Allegiance to the Queen, according to a new poll. 46 dead after trailer carrying migrants found in San Antonio Officials say 46 people were found dead in and near a tractor-trailer and 16 others were taken to hospitals in a presumed migrant smuggling attempt into the United States. Toddler dies after accidentally left in hot car in Bancroft, ON while mom taught high school The mayor of a central Ontario town says the community is rallying around the family of a toddler who died after being accidentally left in a hot car. Thorold's Mayor is running for re-election The Mayor of Thorold is running for re-election.